Melanie Griffith

Most people can skip Roar, but if the confusing anomalies of cinema draw you in like a magnet, then you must see Noel Marshall’s cinematic madness on the big screen.

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A brief interview with Terry Albright, who worked on the set of the most dangerous movie ever made, “Roar.”

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The Kansas City Art Institute and Alamo Drafthouse have joined forces to bring you Film School, a weekly student curated film series. This week – Cherry 2000 (1987) – Saturday, June 8th at 2:25 p.m.

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Review of the new Criterion Collection Blu-rays of “Smiles of a Summer Night” and “Something Wild”

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Some A-List movie stars are allowed to get away with murder, and no one seems to do just that more often than Bruce Willis. For every “Pulp Fiction,” “Die Hard,” or “Sin City” on his resume, the actor has ten movies as bad as “Perfect Stranger.” And since that scummy little stinker came out earlier [...]

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